Connect Seattle

Connect Seattle is a long-term citywide campaign to create a complete network of bikeways connecting neighborhoods across the city so everyone can ride safely. The campaign is powered by a network of neighborhood teams led by caring neighbors working together.

Connect Seattle's long-term priority is to secure funding to build 250 miles of new protected bike lanes, neighborhood greenways, and trails in the next decade. Our short-term priorities include important projects in Ballard, Downtown, Northgate, Portage Bay, Rainier Valley and the Westlake Corridor. 

Connect teams are celebrating the passage of the Move Seattle Levy that will provide essential funding to implement half the Bicycle Master Plan over the next nine years. Thank you to all of your hard work! 

Upcoming Events: 

Our Connect Lake Union is celebrating the recent settlement of the Westlake Cycletrack and is shifting focus to Eastlake Avenue. The Seattle Deapartment of Transportation is working on Roosevelt to Downtown High Capacity Transit Study and protected bike lanes are on the table as a piece of this project. Now is the time to speak up for a safe facilities on Eastlake.

Join us at either of the upcoming open houses:

Wednesday, Dec. 9, 6 – 8 p.m.
TOPS School, Cafeteria
2500 Franklin Ave. E, Seattle  
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Thursday, Dec. 10, 6 – 8 p.m.
UW Tower, Cafeteria North
4333 Brooklyn Ave. NE, Seattle
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Join a Connect Seattle team

  • Connect Ballard 
    Working with the Friends of the Burke-Gilman Trail to connect the Missing Link and complete the trail through Ballard, and working to make the Ballard Bridge safer.
  • Connect Downtown 
    Building public and business support for a network of protected bike lanes in Seattle’s Center City.
  • Connect Lake Union 
    Building public support for a protected bike lanes along Westlake and Eastlake along Lake Union.
  • ​Connect Northgate 
    Working to fund the Northgate Pedestrian-Bicycle Bridge to connect North Seattle College with the future Sound Transit light rail station across I-5.
  • Connect Portage Bay 
    Working with the Madison Park, Montlake, Central Seattle and University Greenways groups to advocate for a network of neighborhood greenways, safer crossings of 24th Avenue in Montlake, a better “lid” to the west-end connection of the SR520 Bridge Replacement Project, and for a new Portage Bay bike-ped bridge.
  • Southeast Seattle
    Partnering with Rainier Valley Greenways make Rainier Avenue safer and to build a protected bike lane through Southeast Seattle. Rainier Valley Greenways meets on the 3rd Tuesday each month.
  • West Seattle Bike Connections 
    A stand-alone nonprofit organization working to improve biking in West Seattle.

Want to learn more about Connect Seattle? Join us at a Bike Happy Hour, held on the third Thursday of every month.